|Not a member? Sign up now!|
BYOL's new Web Design Bootcamp was developed in response to the ongoing changes in the fast paced world of Web Design. Company Director, Daniel Scott, explains that recent changes such as the new HTML 5 standards and the increased use of and specific requirments of mobile and tablet devices mean that new websites need to be adaptable. Daniel reports that companies now need to be able to develop more responsive websites.
While providing training on the new HTML5 and CSS3 standards, BYOL's new web design course also aims to equip web designers and companies to enhance the usability of their websites. The course covers the latest features in web design that create a memorable and efficient user experience for website visitors. These include training in adding payments to the website or adding css3 animation to build engaging websites.
Bring Your Own Laptop is a creative software training company specialising in Adobe products. They run a variety of photoshop courses, indesign training and web design training courses to organisations and individuals, ranging between 1 and 5 days in length. A key element of BYOL training is that clients have the opportunity to bring their own laptops allowing them to learn in their own familiar work space, saving new learning to their own machines.
Daniel tells us that BYOL's core Philosophy is ' To give a training experience that exceeds expectations'. Class sizes are kept small ( less than 10) in order to provide more individualised attention to each client's particular questions. this often allows the opportunity to provide support with current or upcoming web projects. To find out more about Bring Your Own laptop Web Design BootCamp and their other web design and graphic design courses, visit their website http://www.bringyourownlaptop.com.au